Call them weird, unusual but at the end they are interesting and worth-embracing. Electronic musicians can now experiment on lately unveiled musical device called Tenori-on. Identified as “sound in your palm” in Japanese, the 8-inch-square-shaped instrument offers the freedom to the tech-driven artists to play with its touch-sensitive surface.
The template of LED buttons clad the both the side of the surfaces, which produces light on your very touch, making you visualize the music while composing. Various modes under which you can compose music are “Bounce” mode, input modes, tweak sounds, and adjust tempos. If you are tired of 253 built-in sounds, then you can enjoy the other features of this multi-functional device. It offers you the possibility to hook up a MIDI digital keyboard or converting audio samples from your computer using an SD card. Presently, the device is under-testing stage carried on by Yamaha in the U.K. at a retail price of $1,200. Its availability in U.S. depends upon its sales in U.K.